D42: Monopoly

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D42: Monopoly is a discipline defined within the Copyright Evidence wiki. It is based on the JEL Discipline Classification System.

The following studies are coded as being associated with this discipline (6):

Handke and Towse (2007)Handke, Christian, and Ruth Towse. Economics of copyright collecting societies. International Review of Intellectual Property and Competition Law 38.8 (2007): 937-957.
Heald (2014a)Heald, P. J. (2014). How Copyright Keeps Works Disappeared. Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, 11(4), 829-866.
Oestreicher-Singer and Sundararajan (2010)Oestreicher-Singer, G., & Sundararajan, A. (2010). Are digital rights valuable? Theory and evidence from ebook pricing.
Thomes (2013)Thomes, Tim Paul. An economic analysis of online streaming music services. Information Economics and Policy 25.2 (2013): 81-91.
Towse (2013)Towse, Ruth. The economic effects of digitization on the administration of musical copyrights. Review of Economic Research on Copyright Issues 10.2 (2013): 55-67.
Yoon (2002)Yoon, K. The optimal level of copyright protection. Information Economics and Policy 14.3 (2002): 327-348.